Definition of 'make up'
Example sentences containing 'make-up'
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At least the make-up department wouldn't have had much work to do. DEAD BEAT (2002)SHE WAS IN THE BEDROOM when he got back, sitting at the mirror and putting on make-up. DESPERADOES (2002)Waldorf was taking off his make-up; Rosalie Vigil, still wearing hers, sat admiring him. MURDER SONG (2002)
Trends of 'make up'
Very Common. make-up is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'make up'
British English: make-up /ˈmeɪkʌp/ NOUN
Make-up consists of things such as lipstick or eye shadow which you can put on your face to make yourself look more attractive.
Normally she wore little make-up.
- American English: make-up
- Arabic: مُسْتَحْضَرَاتُ تَـجْمِيل
- Brazilian Portuguese: maquiagem
- Chinese: 化妆品
- Croatian: šminka
- Czech: líčení kosmetika
- Danish: makeup
- Dutch: make-up
- European Spanish: maquillaje
- Finnish: meikki
- French: maquillage
- German: Make-up
- Greek: μακιγιάζ
- Italian: trucco
- Japanese: メーキャップ
- Korean: 화장 화장품
- Norwegian: sminke
- Polish: makijaż
- European Portuguese: maquilhagem
- Romanian: machiaj
- Russian: косметика
- Spanish: maquillaje
- Swedish: smink
- Thai: เครื่องสำอางค์
- Turkish: makyaj
- Ukrainian: макіяж
- Vietnamese: bộ trang điểm
Definition of make up from the Collins English Dictionary
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